The Camp Monaco Prize Partnership has announced the winners of the $100,000 Camp Monaco Prize, which supports integrated scientific research and public education initiatives in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem to inform, inspire, and enhance biodiversity conservation in the United States and around the world. The winning team for 2019 is led by Dr. Monica G. […]
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Buffalo Bill Center of the West wins Sustainability Excellence Award for efforts to reduce energy consumption
In May 2019, the Buffalo Bill Center of the West was granted a Sustainability Excellence Award (SEA) from the American Alliance of Museums (AAM) for its long-term efforts to reduce energy consumption. Only one or two museums receive this national award each year. The SEA is a signature program of the Environment and Climate Network […]
Anthony Caragiulo, Assistant Director of Genomic Operations at the Sackler Institute for Comparative Genomics at the American Museum of Natural History, is the speaker at the next “Draper After Dark” lecture at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West. The free talk takes place Thursday, July 18, 5:15 p.m. in the Center’s Coe Auditorium. Caragiulo […]
On Wednesday, July 10 at 5:30 p.m. Tony Foster, an artist who captures wilderness landscapes using watercolors, will present an evening lecture in the Coe Auditorium at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West. The Exploring Beauty—35 Years Making Art in Wild Places lecture will bring listeners closer to learning about the process of working […]
Dr Robert B. Smith, Distinguished Research Professor at the University of Utah, has been doing seismic and geologic research in Yellowstone for 63 years. At the next Draper Natural History Museum Lunchtime Expedition lecture, Smith shares insights he’s gained into the geodynamics of Old Faithful and other geysers, as well as their connections to Yellowstone’s […]
A surge in the number of dinosaur discoveries in recent decades has led to the announcement of species new to science every few weeks. According to Dr. Michael D’Emic, “This mountain of new information has allowed paleontologists to take a closer look at dinosaurs, and every year we understand more about how they lived, grew, […]